Many people opted to update iOS to the latest version iOS 9.3.2 released by Apple Inc. late this may. But sadly there were quite a few issues that caused a real havoc amidst the users. One of the many issues was the literal bricking of iPad Pro on upgrading to iOS 9.3.2. As a solution to that problem, Apple Inc. has released a new version of iOS 9.3.2 for iPad Pro. There were quite a few issues that literally stopped the users to upgrading to iOS 9.3.2. In fact many people believed that the time was not right to upgrade to the latest iOS version.
The initial release of iOS 9.3.2 was made on May 16, which caused quite a few iPad Pro devices bricked. As a result of the terrible mistake, Apple Inc. had to instantly pull out the update. It seems that the makers have finally sorted things out and thus released a new build for the operating system. The expectations are that the update will work with the 9.7 inch iPad Pro and the other issues may as well be resolved.
The 13F72 build of iOS 9.3.2 was released on June 2nd this month as reported by MacRumors. Although, Apple Inc. has not directly responded to what bugs have been fixed in this new build, but they have issued a document that will allow the users of bricked 9.7 inch iPad Pro to get their devices back on track.
The main issue behind the bricking of the 9.7 inch iPad Pro devices is Error 53. The message was initially designed to come up if something or someone was trying to gain access to the device. Later, the issues started coming up for all the devices that were repaired at third party service centres with non-Apple parts. The claims suggest that Error 53 is a security feature but sadly it only lead to trouble.
This same Error 53 was reported by many users on iPhones, iPods as well. For iPhones that were updated through iTunes, the issue was to a certain extent common. It seems that Apple Inc. had added a security measure but forgot to analyse the effects that it could have if the devices moved out of the ideal line. Apple Inc. also released a document stating all the details about and why Error 53 message could come up on your device. Well, I would still say that with all this going on, this is not the right time to update to iOS 9.3.2.